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Action against anti-social behaviour.

WITH Halloween and Bonfire Night fast approaching, police are getting tough over anti-social behaviour.

Across KirKlees, Safer Schools officers will be reinforcing the message about how seriously they treat anti-social behaviour and to remind students that their actions have a community-wide impact.

Local Neighbourhood Policing Teams will be worKing with residents to identify issues and to establish ways of tacKling them.

West YorKshire Police Assistant Chief Constable John Robins said: "Anti social behaviour can blight a local community and we are doing all we can to stamp it out.

"Calls reporting anti-social behaviour typically increase around Halloween and Bonfire Night.

"It is important that everyone considers the consequences of their behaviour, and Knows when what they consider to be fun crosses the line into being anti-social."
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Oct 31, 2013
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